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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Evan Greenberg, chairman and CEO of Chubb  (CB) , to discuss the insurance business, after what was a particularly tough year for many areas of the country.

Greenberg said the insurance environment is starting to improve after two hurricanes and rampant wildfires in California. The market is transitioning, he said, and rates are responding in areas with deficient pricing.

The key to Chubb's success has always been its superior products, superior service, geographic reach and strong execution, Greenberg said, and the 2016 merger with Ace Limited has strengthened their position in many areas. That's why customer retention is "off the charts," Greenberg noted, as customers are continually satisfied with their service even though they are not the cheapest insurance around.

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